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Enabling Performance-Based Seismic Design of Multi-Story Cold-Formed Steel Structures
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PI(s): Benjamin William Schafer, Stephen G Buonopane, Rob Madsen, Naru Nakata
Dates: October 01, 2009 - September 03, 2013
Facility: State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, United States
Johns Hopkins University, MD, United States
University of North Texas, Denton, TX, United States
Organization(s): Johns Hopkins University, MD, United States
The goal of this research is to generate the knowledge needed to increase the seismic safety of buildings that use lightweight cold-formed steel (CFS) for the primary beams and columns, and enable engineers to account for complete building performance... (more)
Website(s): CFS-NEES (view)
Group Space: Project:Enabling Performance-Based Seismic Design of Multi-Story Cold-Formed Steel Structures
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Related Documents:
Kara Peterman, Naru Nakata, Benjamin Schafer (2014). "Hysteretic characterization of cold-formed steel stud-to-sheathing connections", ( view )
Peng Liu, Kara Peterman, Benjamin Schafer (2014). "Impact of construction details on OSB-sheathed cold-formed steel framed shear walls", Journal of Constructional Steel Research ( view )
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Tags (keywords):
  2. cold-formed steel
  3. Shake Table Testing
  4. Full scale testing
  5. Shear Wall
  6. Connections
  7. Cyclic and Monotonic
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.